Request and review speakers’ content for use within their talk or interview (images, videos, animations, audio files, articles, etc.).
Work closely with the curator and the legal team to determine permissions required.
Coordinate with fact-checking team as needed, particularly as scripts are revised.
Research additional content options, if needed.
Obtain permissions from copyright owners (via email or content release).
Purchase images or licenses as instructed.
Attribute and credit images and content within slides.
Required skills and abilities
Basic knowledge of and interest in copyright law
Highly organized and detail-oriented
Ability to evaluate content and information
Ability to compose correspondence
Eagerness to Identify and solve problems
Works well under pressure; able to meet competing deadlines and work on multiple projects simultaneously
Collaborative; respects and values others’ perspectives
Exercises tact and discretion
Proficient in MS office, Mac OS, Google Docs
Education and experience
BA or higher
Training in copyright law or rights issues a plus
2+ years of work experience